Rattan Pendants Aren’t Going Anywhere — And We’re Totally Cool with That
We’re living in a rattan renaissance, and there’s no signs of the trend fading. (Not that we want it to!) While there are a number of ways to incorporate it into your home, one simple but high-impact way is a rattan pendant. Typically resembling an upside down basket, its a more relaxed (yet totally chic) replacement for chandeliers in dining rooms or bedrooms, or in a pair over a kitchen island. But, basically, wherever they land, they’re fantastic. Whether you’re into the whole boho aesthetic or not, these are worth a look. Consider us obsessed.
Ashley Redmond, Head of Design for popular E-design company Decorist, added instant character to her 500-square-foot tiny “treehouse” with a rattan pendant over her petite dining area.
In Megan’s Los Angeles bungalow, every corner of the dining room is filled with joyful colors and accents. The SINNERLIG pendant lamp is from IKEA.
In this “Scandinavian farmhouse meets mid-century modern bungalow” in Austin, the pendant is a natural element that complements (and doesn’t distract from) the other accents in the room, like the yellow door, patterned pillows, and metallic task lamp.
Ready to add some rattan lighting to your home? Check out some of our favorites right now:
1. Niamh Continuous Weave Discus Wicker Inverted Pendant, $205 at AllModern
2. Basket Weave Bamboo Pendant Shade, $70 at World Market
3. HK Living Extra Large Rattan Shade, $699 at Luumo
4. Laika Large Pendant Light, White, $599 at Blu Dot
5. Layla Rattan Pendant, $320 at Anthropologie
6. Nassa Basket Pendant Light, $299 at CB2
7. Santa Barbara Pendant, $398 at Serena & Lily
8. SINNERLIG Pendant Lamp, $70 at IKEA
This post originally ran on Apartment Therapy. See it there: Rattan Pendants Aren’t Going Anywhere – But We Don’t Want Them To